i have a 2000 jeep cherokee sport. it
had been a "demo car". In the first
30,000 miles, i had it towed twice, had
the drive shaft fall out at a
stoplight, had all the power windows
and locks go at the same time, all the
gauges replaced, the entire fuel system
replaced (except 4 fuel injectors, the
gas tank itself, and the fuel rail),
front axle replaced, transfer case
rebuilt twice, transfer case linkage
replaced 3 times, and the rear axle
i love the styling of it. mine is
silver with black plastic. after a good
coat of wax and some protectant on the
black plastic, it just looks amazing
with 18% tint on the rear windows. It
has plenty of room when you fold down
the rear seat.
make a car that doesnt cost the
consumer over $5,000 to fix (of stuff
that wasnt covered under warranty) in
the first 30,000 miles.
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